ACAB

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ACAB STRIKE! Magazine



Fuck The Police Hogre



No-one is Illegal Illustre Feccia



Grass With A Badge Dr D



Natural Enemies Hannah Meese



Bobbies on the Beatings Marco Bevilacqua



No Justice No Peace Goldpeg



ABCA Double Why



Total Propaganda STRIKE! Magazine



Riot City Bill Posters/Brandalism



Here to Help Spelling Mistakes Cost Lives



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ACAB: A Nursery Rhyme Sean Bonney

for “I love you” say fuck the police / for “the fires of heaven” say fuck the police, don’t say “recruitment” don’t say “trotsky” say fuck the police for “alarm clock” say fuck the police for “my morning commute” for “electoral system” for “endless solar wind” say fuck the police don’t say “I have lost understanding of my visions” don’t say “that much maligned human faculty” don’t say “suicided by society” say fuck the police / for “the movement of the heavenly spheres” say fuck the police / for “the moon’s bright globe” for “the fairy mab” say fuck the police / don’t say “direct debit” don’t say “join the party” say “you are sleeping for the boss” and then say fuck the police don’t say “evening rush-hour” say fuck the police / don’t say “here are the steps I’ve taken to find work” say fuck the police don’t say “tall skinny latté” say fuck the police / for “the earth’s gravitational pull” say fuck the police / for “make it new” say fuck the police all other words are buried there all other words are spoken there / don’t say “spare change” say fuck the police / don’t say “happy new year” say fuck the police perhaps say “rewrite the calendar” but after that, immediately after that say fuck the police / for “philosopher’s stone” for “royal wedding” for “the work of transmutation” for “love of beauty” say fuck the police / don’t say “here is my new poem” say fuck the police say no justice no peace and then say fuck the police



Subvertising Hogre

The constant imposition of advertising in front of our eyes is an oppressive, dictatorial and violent act. Subvertising reacts to this visual pollution with an equally violent and direct aesthetic, without asking for permission or waiting for consensus. Removing, replacing and defacing advertising is an act of civil disobedience that is both legally and morally defensible.


First published in London, 2018 by Dog Section Press Printed by Calverts Ltd, a workers’ cooperative ISBN 9780993543548 Published under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International Public Licence Layout by Matt Bonner revoltdesign.org Dog Section Press logo by Marco Bevilacqua



978-0-9935435-4-8

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